Originally written on cheap-heat  |  Last updated 1/6/13
Papadon defeated Ashley Six in the dark match. TV Taping 1 Bobby Fish and Kyle O’Rielly beat Alabama Attitude Corey Hollis & Mike Posey Nigel cuts a promo telling Jay Lethal that the only way he can get a title shot is if Kevin Steen changes his mind. QT Marshall (w/RD Evans) defeated Mike Sydal in a Top Prospect Tournament match. The Briscoes defeated Caprice Coleman and Cedric Alexander to retain the ROH Tag Titles. They announced the next tapings are Feb. 2 in Baltimore. It is the same day as National Pro Wrestling Day and they are still supposed to have a showcase match of The Briscoes vs SCUM. The match is on the afternoon card so the match doesn’t conflict but fans who wanted to attend the evening show most likely won’t be able to stay at NPWD if they want to go to the TV tapings. TV Taping 2 The second show starts with a Lethal/Steen in ring confrontation. Leathal said that to destroy ROH, Steen has to destroy him since he is honorable, clearly trying to get Steen to change his mind. Steen accepted so it’s look like we will get Steen vs. Lethal in the future. Silas Young defeated Adam Page with a full nelson stretch in a Top Prospect Tournament match. Matt Hardy defeated Rhett Titus. Adam Cole def BJ Whitmer to retain the ROH World TV Championship with the Florida Key. TV Taping 3 Tadarius Thomas defeated Antonio Thomas in a Top Prospect Tournament match. Truth Martini watched from ringside. Roderick Strong beat Grizzly Redwood. Michael Elgin beat Mike Bennett (w/Maria, Brutal Bob) with the spinning sit-out powerbomb. Kyle O’Reilly and Bobby Fish won a tag team gauntlet match. American Wolves eliminated The Bravados, the American Wolves eliminated SCUM, and then O’Reilly and Fish defeated the American Wolves after a SCUM beatdown of the Wolves to win the gauntlet. TV Taping 4 Matt Taven defeated ACH in a Top Prospect Tournament match with a frog splash. Truth Martini was on commentary. Nigel cut a promo saying that Matt Hardy vs. Adam Cole would not be for the TV title, because Matt won with a low blow. Cole wanted it to be for the title as he is a fighting champion. Ms.Chif defeated Athena with a second rope piledriver type move. Kevin Steen, Jimmy Jacobs, Steve Corino, and Rhino defeated The Briscoes, Cedric Alexander, and Caprice Coleman in an eight-man tag. Steen pinned Alexander, even with Rhino set up for a Gore. Jay Lethal was on commentary. Source: PWPonderings.com
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